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Torn

(The Cassandra Programme #2)

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What would you do if you were stranded in 2081, with no way back to the present? What if only one person knew the truth about what had happened to you? A person you could neither trust nor work with…

Immersed in a future where Earth has become severely overpopulated and cannot support its fourteen billion inhabitants, the dire consequences are more terrible than Olivia and

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Kindle Edition, 312 pages
Published June 5th 2019 by Forward Motion Publishing, Ltd.
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Amanda Jones
Jun 25, 2019 rated it it was amazing
If you hated DeAnn in Chosen (or Olivia), by the end of Torn you'll love them both. There's plenty to love and hate in Torn. I expect you'll love Kitsa, Rosebell and Edigold but hate the KEW mission agents and Omony with a passion. This is an action packed story, vividly told - and the fight scenes make me wonder if the author herself has done some fight training! But despite the action, despite the fact that Torn opens with tension that escalates and escalates, despite the fact that every escap ...more
Paul
Sep 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
The second book in the Cassandra Trilogy #1, Torn is exactly as the title describes. You become torn about ethics and morality. O.M Faure goes deeper than in Chosen to highlight the possibilities of what is to come.

In Torn, you start to get the flesh and bones of Olivia and DeAnn, your relationship with both characters change and you start to see that they really aren't what you expected from the first book. DeAnn especially has a huge amount of growth throughout this book.

I read th
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Mark Jacobs
Aug 14, 2019 rated it it was amazing
A compassionate and engaging portent of a very plausible near future. This is the second book in the trilogy, with the main characters Olivia and Deann carrying the plot through some gut-wrenching scenes, with danger, sorrow, futility, occasional joy, humour and lots of love, lacing the narrative throughout. Ms. Faure is able to write fiction with an accurate scientific backbone, making it even more palatable, and often impossible to put down. The action is told in a first-hand style which makes ...more
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O. M. Faure studied political science at Sciences Po in Paris, before obtaining a Master’s degree in International Affairs at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy in Boston.

She has worked at the United Nations in Geneva and has extensive experience as a change and transformation manager in several banks over the last twenty years.

Today, she is a Principal at a Scenario Planning consulting fi
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Other books in the series

The Cassandra Programme (3 books)
  • Chosen (The Cassandra Programme #1)
  • United (The Cassandra Programme #3)
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